Primordial Traditions

Primordial Traditions

Primordial Traditions was a free online publication which ran from 2005-2009.

It ceased operations officially in 2011 and is closed.

This website is still owned by the former editor of Primordial Traditions and you can follow her work on the websites below:

Gwendolyn Taunton (website)
Gwendolyn Taunton (profile)
Numen Books

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  • Of Hogs and Harvests
    Of Hogs and Harvests The Pig Transformed to Greatness Juleigh Howard-Hobson   While a few cultures and religions hold swine in vehement disdain, the noble pig has been, for the most part, celebrated and revered throughout human history – particularly where harvests are concerned. The word sow holds two meanings. One pertains to a female pig, the other to the […]
  • Heathen Call Calling
    Heathen Call Calling A Review  Juleigh Howard-Hobson Coming in at fifty pages, Heathen Call #9 is more of a journal than the zine it bills itself as. An imprint of The Heathen Circle, it has grown from a photocopied venue to a professional saddle stitched heavy paper publication. Recent issues have included the poetry of Robert N Taylor (whose retrospective […]
  • The Sacred Power of Charging Water
    The Sacred Power of Charging Water Juleigh Howard-Hobson Water has an energy, it carries a current. It can be solid, gas or liquid – even while it is always the same molecular combination of two hydrogen and one oxygen atoms. There is an integral magic to this triad. And water has long been regarded as a powerful magical / holy […] The post The Sacred Power […]


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